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Corrie Curtice
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The importance of migratory connectivity for global ocean policy
DC Dunn, AL Harrison, C Curtice, S DeLand, B Donnelly, EI Fujioka, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1911), 20191472, 2019
912019
4. Biologically important areas for selected cetaceans within US waters-west coast region
J Calambokidis, GH Steiger, C Curtice, J Harrison, MC Ferguson, ...
Aquatic Mammals 41 (1), 39, 2015
782015
Hawaii longline tuna fishery temporal trends in standardized catch rates and length distributions and effects on pelagic and seamount ecosystems
E Gilman, M Chaloupka, A Read, P Dalzell, J Holetschek, C Curtice
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22 (4), 446-488, 2012
712012
Modeling the spatial and temporal dynamics of foraging movements of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in the Western Antarctic Peninsula
C Curtice, DW Johnston, H Ducklow, N Gales, PN Halpin, ...
Movement ecology 3 (1), 1-9, 2015
532015
Multiple-stage decisions in a marine central-place forager
AS Friedlaender, DW Johnston, RB Tyson, A Kaltenberg, JA Goldbogen, ...
Royal Society open science 3 (5), 160043, 2016
492016
Why ecosystem-based management may fail without changes to tool development and financing
C Curtice, DC Dunn, JJ Roberts, SD Carr, PN Halpin
Bioscience 62 (5), 508-515, 2012
272012
Prey density and depth affect the fine-scale foraging behavior of humpback whales Megaptera novaeangliae in Sitka Sound, Alaska, USA
JA Burrows, DW Johnston, JM Straley, EM Chenoweth, C Ware, C Curtice, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 561, 245-260, 2016
252016
1. Biologically Important Areas for Cetaceans Within US Waters-Overview and Rationale
MC Ferguson, C Curtice, J Harrison, SM Van Parijs
Aquatic Mammals 41 (1), 2, 2015
192015
8. Biologically Important Areas for Cetaceans Within US Waters-Arctic Region
JT Clarke, MC Ferguson, C Curtice, J Harrison
Aquatic Mammals 41 (1), 94, 2015
162015
5. Biologically Important Areas for Cetaceans Within US Waters-Hawai'i Region
RW Baird, D Cholewiak, DL Webster, GS Schorr, SD Mahaffy, C Curtice, ...
Aquatic Mammals 41 (1), 54, 2015
152015
6. Biologically Important Areas for Cetaceans Within US Waters-Gulf of Alaska Region
MC Ferguson, C Curtice, J Harrison
Aquatic Mammals 41 (1), 65, 2015
152015
3. Biologically Important Areas for Cetaceans Within US Waters-Gulf of Mexico Region
E LaBrecque, C Curtice, J Harrison, SM Van Parijs, PN Halpin
Aquatic Mammals 41 (1), 30, 2015
132015
2. Biologically Important Areas for Cetaceans Within US Waters-East Coast Region
E LaBrecque, C Curtice, J Harrison, SM Van Parijs, PN Halpin
Aquatic Mammals 41 (1), 17, 2015
122015
Marine-life Data and Analysis Team (MDAT) technical report on the methods and development of marine-life data to support regional ocean planning and management
C Curtice, J Cleary, E Shumchenia, PN Halpin
Prepared on behalf of the Marine-life Data Analysis Team (MDAT), 2016
112016
7. Biologically Important Areas for Cetaceans Within US Waters-Aleutian Islands and Bering Sea Region
MC Ferguson, JM Waite, C Curtice, JT Clarke, J Harrison
Aquatic Mammals 41 (1), 79, 2015
102015
Home range analysis of Hawaiian monk seals (Monachus schauinslandi) based on colony, age, and sex
C Curtice, RS Schick, DC Dunn, PN Halpin
Aquatic Mammals 37 (3), 360, 2011
92011
Network analysis of sea turtle movements and connectivity: A tool for conservation prioritization
CY Kot, S Åkesson, J Alfaro‐Shigueto, DF Amorocho Llanos, ...
Diversity and Distributions 28 (4), 810-829, 2022
62022
Exploring Species Range Shifts in the US Mid Atlantic: Existing Literature, Web Portals, and Data
J Cleary, S Roberts, C Curtice, P Halpin
2017
Marine Mammals and Sea Turtles
P Halpin, J Roberts, J Cleary, C Curtice
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